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redgreenyellowblu 2 points ago +2 / -0

I had a hard time understanding what you wrote, so I won't say what's wrong with it. But the way it works is the spike protein gets into your cells and the cells make copies of the spike protein which are expressed on the outside of the cells. The immune system recognizes them as foreign and makes antibodies to them.

So it's possible the spike protein can mutate sufficiently that the vaccine-stimulated antibodies are no longer effective against it.

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redgreenyellowblu 2 points ago +2 / -0

This post with a different title was on 4chan /pol yesterday.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just talked to a girl from Veracruz. I asked her if she had ever travelled inland to the Sierra Madres. She said nobody ever even thinks of doing it because it's too dangerous. Even Mexicans don't feel safe travelling around by car for sightseeing.

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redgreenyellowblu 4 points ago +4 / -0

BASTE ME, NIGGA! PUT YO STUFFING RIGHT IN ME, NIGGA!

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, a "sequence of events" "led" to a "tragedy". Makes it seem like just one event led to another and it was all inevitable--no decision by a human involved here at all.

And it wasn't a "tragedy". It was a vicious mass murder.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

No. If you forget to input your prescription, they still fill the order. It takes about a month with shipping. You can also order the azythromycin at the same time.

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redgreenyellowblu 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was thinking she went and took a well-deserved shit in Cairie's koi pond next door.

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redgreenyellowblu 19 points ago +19 / -0

This wouldn't even make a handsome dude. Why won't they put attractive black women on the air? That actually comes off kinda racist. "Here's your black woman. She doesn't have to be good looking. She's black and she's angry."

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redgreenyellowblu 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm sure you're both very encouraging toward your son, but I'm going to say this anyway. As someone who disappointed his dad by not being athletically inclined, I can tell you that that worked to delay my developing other important traits of manhood. Why even try if you sense the disapppointment from the beginning? Encourage him in developing other manly trats like stoicism, self-sacrifice for family, etc. "Nerds" tend toward favoring rationality over emotion, so if he does have this trait, make sure he knows that that is a man's trait that is admirable.

As far as politics, that might come naturally later on. Once people need to get by on their own...

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not until the whole thing fell apart and it came down to tribalism and survival of the fittest.

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redgreenyellowblu 3 points ago +3 / -0

They will say that these problems are even worse in people who get covid. And maybe that's true. But they are ignoring that early treatment could prevent even that. And also that people should have the right to make their own risk mitigation strategies.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

As much as I want to feel vindicated, this graph doesn't do it. Old people were first to get the vaccine and older people are still more highly represented in the vaccinated population. Old people also just die more from various causes. I want to see similar graphs broken down for different age brackets.

Edit: Looking at it again, I think what can be seen is an overall rise in deaths when both populations are taken together. In March, 1.9 and 1 come up to 2.9 deaths per 100,000. Starting in May and through July, the numbers add up to 4.6 or 4.4, thereabouts. By September it is down to 3.1, just about where it started in March. So it seems like there is a bump in deaths that eventually recedes, at least until the new round of boosters.

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redgreenyellowblu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Being able to teach subjects that are difficult for some students also involves some attributes that don't really have to do with whether someone is a professional in their field or has some degree in education. I've seen both kinds completely flail at explaining things so that kids could understand. Not that it hurts in any way to be someone that has worked outside of education in that field. These people are usually better just because they recognize when they are not reaching the kids. They will work to get better or just get out. "Educators", on the other hand, just rationalize their failure and dumb things down or keep looking for the new education fad that will finally work.

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redgreenyellowblu 3 points ago +3 / -0

I looked this up last night. No one knows for certain. There aren't a lot of studies because smallpox isn't around so it's difficult to measure. What I read was that maybe 1/4 have significant immunity and maybe half have enough immunity to keep them from getting extremely sick or sick enough to spread it around.

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redgreenyellowblu 6 points ago +6 / -0

They were oppressed for about one month when the media pretended the people beating them up were white.

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redgreenyellowblu 3 points ago +3 / -0

And Gov. Newsome attended this while he skipped the "global warming" summit. That huge Persian carpet (on the SF City Hall interior stairs) was custom made just for those stairs for this wedding, with another massive one for the floor.

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redgreenyellowblu 4 points ago +4 / -0

My brother and his new girlfriend got innoculated over the summer. He tells me now he regrets it. He said he lost most of his taste and smell for a month. He is experiencing a lot of fatigue. He's worried he wrecked his immune system.

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